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NEW YORK 

1913 

International Exhibition 
of Modern Art 



Association of American Painters 
and Sculptors, Inc. 



February Seventeenth to March Fifteenth 



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Modern American 
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Early Chinese 
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Bronzes 
Pottery 



Montross Gallery 

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American Artists 


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La Farge 


Blakelock 


Martin 


Carlsen 


Metcalf 


Da vies 


Miller 


Davis 


Murphy 


Dougherty 


Ranger 


Foster 


Robinson 


Frieseke 


Ryder 


Fuller 


Sartain 


Hassam 


Symons 


Hawthorne 


Twachtman 


Henri 


Waugh 


Homer 


Whistler 


Hunt 


Williams 


Inness 


Wyant 


and an excellent collection of early 


American Portraits 



William Macbeth 

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International Exhibition 

of 

Modern Art 



NEW YORK 
1913 



Catalogue 

of 

International Exhibition 
of Modern Art 



Association of American 
Painters and Sculptors 




At the Armory of the Sixty-ninth Infantry, Lex- 
ington Avenue, Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Streets, New York, from February Fifteenth to 
MarchFifteenth, NineteenHundred and Thirteen, 
from Ten A.M. to Ten P.M. (Sundays included) 



Copyright, 1913 
Association of American Painters and Sculptors, Inc. 



Vreeland Advertising Press 
New York 



Many of the works in this exhibition 
are for sale. Information as to prices 
at the desk. Information as to gal- 
leries, and location of works, may be 
obtained from the special attendants. 
No works may be removed during the 
exhibition. 



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From the Iphigeneia 

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PREFACE 

Mr. Arthur B. Davies, President of 
the Association of American Painters 
and Sculptors, gave out the following 
statement on the last day of December, 
1912: 

"On behalf of the Executive Committee, 
I desire to explain the general attitude of the 
Association and especially in regard to the 
International Exhibition to be held in this 
city in February and March. 

"This is not an institution but an associa- 
tion. It is composed of persons of varying 
tastes and predilections, who are agreed on 
one thing, that the time has arrived for giving 
the public here the opportunity to see for 
themselves the results of new influences at 
work in other countries in an art way. 

"In getting together the works of the 
European Moderns, the Society has embarked 
on no propaganda. It proposes to enter on 
no controversy with any institution. Its 
sole object is to put the paintings, sculptures, 
and so on, on exhibition so that the intelligent 
may judge for themselves by themselves. 

"Of course controversies will arise, just as 
they have arisen under similar circumstances 
in France, Italy, Germany and England. 
But they will not be the result of any stand 
taken by this Association as such; on the 
other hand we are perfectly willing to assume 
full responsibility for providing the oppor- 
tunity to those who may take one side or the 
other. 



"Any individual expression of opinion 
contrary to the above is at variance with the 
official resolutions of this Association.' ' 

The wide publicity given to the 
above in the public press all over the 
country showed to what an extent it 
was accepted as a definite and precise 
expression of the policy and the aims 
of the Association in its relation to the 
art of Europe and to the American 
public. That policy and those aims 
remain unchanged. 

Anything that can be said further 
must be but an amplification of the 
statement. The foreign paintings and 
sculptures here shown are regarded by 
the committee of the Association as 
expressive of the forces which have 
been at work abroad of late, forces 
which cannot be ignored because they 
have had results. 

The American artists exhibiting here, 
consider the exhibition as of equal 
importance for themselves as for the 
lay public. The less they find their 
work showing signs of the develop- 
ments indicated in the Europeans, the 
more reason they will have to consider 
whether or not painters and sculptors 



here have fallen behind through escap- 
ing the incidence through distance and 
for other reasons of the forces that have 
manifested themselves on the other 
side of the Atlantic. 

Art is a sign of life. There can be 
no life without change, as there can be 
no development without change. To 
be afraid of what is different or un- 
familiar, is to be afraid of life. And 
to be afraid of life is to be afraid of 
truth, and to be a champion of super- 
stition. This exhibition is an indica- 
tion that the Association of American 
Painters and Sculptors is against cow- 
ardice even when it takes the form of 
amiable self satisfaction. 

FREDERICK JAMES GREGG. 



Association of American Painters 
and Sculptors 



President 

Arthur B. Davies 

Vice President 
J. Mowbray-Clarke 



Karl Anderson 
George Bellows 

D. Putnam Brinley 
J. Mowbray-Clarke 
Leon Dabo 
Jo Davidson 
Arthur B. Davies 
Guy Pene Du Bois 
Sherry E. Fry 
William J. Glackens 
Robert Henri 

E. A. Kramer 
Walt Kuhn 



Members 

Ernest Lawson 
Jonas Lie 
George B. Luks 
Elmer L. MacRae 
Jerome Myers 
Frank A. Nankivell 
Bruce Porter 
Maurice Prendergast 
John Sloan 
Henry Fitch Taylor 
Allen Tucker 
Mahonri Young 



Treasurer 
Elmer L. MacRae 

Secretary 

Walt Kuhn 



Honorary Vice Presidents 



Mrs. John Lowell Gardner 
Mrs. Edwin Sherrill Dodge 
Mrs. C. S. Davidge 
Archer M.Huntington, Esq. 
Sir Hugh Lane 
Newell Dwight Hillis, D.D. 



M. Claude Monet 
M. Auguste Renoir 
M. Odilon Redon 
Augustus John, Esq. 
Alfred Stieglitz, Esq. 
Joel Elias Spingarn, Esq. 



John Quinn 



Honorary Members 

Frederick James Gregg 



A plan, with an index giving a list 
of the artists and the location of their 
works, will be found at the end of 
the catalogue. 



List of Artists and 
Their Works 



Unless otherwise stated, the work is an 
oil painting 



KLEIMINGER, ADOLPH 

10 Oxford St., Fairhaven, Mass. 

1 Farm Yard 

2 Morning 

McENERY, KATHLEEN 

2231 Broadway, New York 

3 Going to the Bath 

4 Dream 

WEBER, F. WILLIAM 

Care Beers Bros., 110 W. 30th Street 

5 Winter 

6 French Village 

MAGER, GUS 

2 White Terrace, Newark, N. J. 

7 Tulips and Blue-flags 

8 Flowers 

COATE, H. W. 

131 West 23rd St., New York 

9 Portrait 

10 Portrait 

PELTON, AGNES 

1403 Pacific St., Brooklyn 

11 Vine Wood 

12 Stone Age 

BEAL, GIFFORD 

27 West 67th St., New York 

13 Here Come the Elephants 

17 



BEAL, GIFFORD (Continued) 

14 When the Circus Starts 

HIGGINS, EUGENE 
Scarsdale, N. Y. 

15 Hunger Under a Bridge (Tempera) 

16 Convicts and Guard 

17 Weary 



SCHAMBERG, 


MORTON L. 






1626 Chestnut St. 


Phila., 


Pa 


18 


Study of a 


Girl 






19 


Study of a 


Girl 






20 


N. E. A. 








21 


Figure 








22 


Landscape 









HALPERT, SAMUEL 

1931 Broadway, New York 

23 Portrait of a Lady 

24 View of New York 

KELLER, HENRY G. 

1381 Addison Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 

25 Wisdom and Destiny 

26 The Valley 

ABENSCHEIN, ALBERT 

157 East 47th St., New York 

27 Leslie 

28 Central Valley 

SHAW, SIDNEY DALE 

131 West 23rd St., New York 

29 California 

30 Southwestern Country 

31 Topanza 

COLUZZI, HOWARD 

Paradox, N. Y. 

32 Fresco 

18 



FRAZIER, KENNETH 

80 West 40th St., New York 

33 The Winter Garden 

34 The Shade Hat 

35 Study 

DREIER, KATHERINE S. 

80 West 40th St., New York 

36 Blue Bowl 

37 The Avenue, Holland 

BOSS, HOMER 

1947 Broadway, New York 

38 A Study 

39 Portrait 

GUSSOW, BERNARD 

1383 Clinton Ave., Bronx 

40 Movement 

41 Figures 

PEPPER, CHARLES H. 

Fenway Studios, Boston, Mass. 

42 Irene 

43 In the Woods 

DASBURG, ANDREW 

124 East 23rd St., New York 

44 Still Life 

45 Still Life 

46 Landscape 

MANIGAULT 

900 Sixth Avenue, New York 

47 The Clown 

48 Adagio 

MILLER, KENNETH HAYES 
408 West 23rd St., New York 

49 The Waste 

50 Woman and Children 

19 



MILLER, KENNETH HAYES (Continued) 

51 Recumbent Figure 

52 Primitive Group 

MAURER, ALFRED 

Budsworth, 52nd St., New York 

53 Landscape 

54 Old Faience 

55 Autumn 

CARLES, ARTHUR BEECHER 

Hotel Flanders, 47th St., New York 

56 Landscape 

57 Landscape 

ROOK, EDWARD T. 
Old Lyme, Conn. 

58 Grey Sea. Monhegan 

59 Whitefaced Chasm 

CIMIOTTI, Jr., GUSTAVE 

51 West 10th St., New York 

60 The Barrier 

61 Hillside 

FUHR, ERNEST 

Care E. Lawson, 23 MacDougal Alley 

62 Etaples 

63 Fishing Boat, Etaples 

PRESTON, JAMES 

22 West 9th St., New York 

64 Landscape 

65 Landscape 

WAGNER, FRED 

Care Hartley & Co., 129 Lafayette St. 

66 New York 
67 

PRESTON, MAY WILSON 

22 West 9th St., New York 
68 Girl with Print 

20 



HOPKINSON, CHARLES 




Fenway Studios, Boston, Mass 


69 


Group of Children 


70 


Yachting 


HASSAM, CHILDE 




130 West 57th St., New York 


71 


Nude Woman with Mirror 


72 


The Spanish Stairs 


73 


Naples 


74 


Vesuvius 


75 


Posilippo 


76 


Cos Cob 



MURPHY, HERMAN DUDLEY 
Winchester, Mass. 

77 Morro Castle, San Juan 

WEIR, J. ALDEN 

50 West 10th St., New York 

78 Factory Village 

79 Flowers 

80 Head Profile 

81 Portrait 

82 The Orchid 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM L. 

40 West 10th St., New York 

83 Decorative Panel, Spring 

GLINTENKAMP, HENRY I. 

704 Terminal Building, Hoboken, N. J. 

84 The Village Cemetery 

KROLL, LEON 

MacDowell Club, New York 

85 Terminal Yards 

McLANE, HOWARD 

MacDowell Club, New York 

86 Mott St., Festa 

21 



STEER, WILSON 

87 Landscape 

Lent by Mrs. Guinnes 

CROWLEY, HERBERT 

The Brocken, Pomona, N. Y. 

88 Temple of Silence 

89 Slander 

ESTE, FLORENCE 

Care Mrs. Wheeler H. Peckham, 
685 Madison Avenue 

90 The Village, Water Color 

91 The First Snow, Water Color 

CLYMER, EDWIN S. 

1515 N. Gratz St., Phila., Pa. 

92 Drawing, Great Hill 

COLUZZI, HOWARD 

Paradox, N. Y. 

93 Drawings 

HOPKINSON, CHARLES 

Fenway Studios, Boston 
Drawings, Water Colors 

94 Marine 

95 Landscape 

HASSAM, CHILDE 

130 West 57th St., New York 

96 Cos Cob, Old House Pastel 

97 Cos Cob, Old House Pastel 

98 Cos Cob, Old House Pastel 

99 Sylph Rock Appledore 

100 The Rain, Connecticut Hills 

101 Drawing for Moonrise at Sunset 

KARFIOL, BERNARD 

Grantwood, N. J. 

102 Six Drawings 

22 



FOOTE, MARY 

3 Washington Square 

103 Oil Portrait 

DAVIS, CHARLES H. 

2 Star St., Mystic, Conn. 

104 L' Allegro 

PERRINE, VAN DEERING 
Englewood, N. J. 

105 When the Wind Blows 

106 The Ice Floes 

ORGAN, MARJORIE 
10 Gramercy Park 

107 Drawings, Nos. 1 to 6 

WARD, HILDA 

Roslyn, Long Island 

108 The Hound (Pastel) 

109 The Kennels (Drawing) 

LONDONER, AMY 
252 West 74th St. 

110 The Beach Crowd (Pastel) 

111 Playing Ball on the Beach (Pastel) 

112 The Beach Umbrellas (Pastel) 

113 The Life Guards (Pastel) 



DIMOCK, E. 








29 Washington Square 




114 


Sweat Shop Girls in the Country (Water 




Colour) 






115 


Mother and 


Daughter 


(Water Colour) 


116 


Group 






117 


Group 






118 


Group 






119 


Group 




» 


120 


Group 






121 


Group 







23 



CORY, KATE 

862 Degrass Ave., Newark, N. J 

122 Arizona Desert 

CASARINI, A. 

61 Poplar St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

123 Crime (Pastel) 

DONOHO, RUGER 

Carnegie Hall 

124 A Garden 

125 A Veil of Leaves 

126 Portrait of Self 



WALKOWITZ, A. 








Care Photo Secession, 


291 Fifth Ave 




New York 






127 


In the Opera 






128 


Anticola Corrado 






129 


On the Avenue 






130 


Man — Woman 






131 


A Bit of Venice 






132 


Drawing 






133 


Drawing 






134 


Drawing 






135 


Drawing 






136 


Drawing 






137 


Monotype (Colour) 






138 


Water Colour 






MARIN, JOHN 








Care Photo Secession, 


291 Fifth Ave. 




New York 






139 


Woolworth Building, 
Water Colours 


No. 


28 


140 


Woolworth Building 
Water Colours 


No. 


29 


141 


Woolworth Building 
Water Colours 


No. 


31 


142 


Woolworth Building 
Water Colours 


No. 


32 


143 


Broadway Singer Building, Water Colours 




24 







MARIN, JOHN (Continued) 

144 Broadway St. Paul's Church 

Water Colours 

145 Mountain, The Tirol, Water Colours 

146 In the Tirol, Water Colours 

147 Lake and Mountain, Tirol, Water Colours 

148 In the Adirondacks, Water Colours 

LEE, ARTHUR 

159 East 48th St. 

149 Four Frames of Drawings 
150 

151 
152 

ARCHIPENKO, ALEXANDRE 

153 Drawings Nos. 1 to 5 

FRIESZ, OTHON 

154 Pay sage 

155 Route Vallon 

156 Baigneuse 

157 Coimbra 

158 Vegetation Exotique 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

BECHTEJEFF, W. von 

159 Nausikaa 

Lent by M. Hans Goetz 

BRUCE, P. H. 

160 Nature Morte (1) 

Lent by M. F. 

161 Nature Morte (2) 

162 Nature Morte (3) 

163 Nature Morte (4) 

FLANDRIN, JULES 

164 Coin Village 

165 St. Marc Venise 

25 



FLANDRIN, JULES (Continued) 

166 Venise 

167 Vallee Isere 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

CHABAUD, AUGUSTE 

168 Le Labour eur 

CHARMY, EMILIE 

169 Roses 

170 Paysage 

171 Soir 

172 Ajaccio 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

GAUGUIN, PAUL 

173 Faa Iheihe 

174 Sous les Palmiers 

175 L'Esprit du mal 

176 Fleurs sur un fond jaune 

Lent by M. Ambroise Vollard 

177 Tete d'homme, Drawing 

178 Femme Accroupie, Water Colour 

179 Femme et Enfant, Water Colour 

180 A la Source, Water Colour 

Lent by Mme. Chadbourne 

181 Nature Morte 

182 Atelier 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

BLANCHET, ALEXANDRE 

183 Deux Amies 

GIBB, PHELAN 

184 Three Figures 

185 Landscape 

186 Drawings, Nos. 1 — 12 

BERNARD, JOSEPH 

187 Jeune fille a la cruche 

26 



BERNARD, JOSEPH (Continued) 

188 La Tendresse 

Lent by the Musee de Lyon 

VLAMINCK, MAURICE de 

189 Tower Bridge 

Lent by M. Heinrich Thannhauser 

190 L'Estuaire de la Seine 

191 Les Figues 

Lent by M. Henry Kahnweiller 

GIMMI, WILHELM 

192 Musikanten 

Lent by M. Hans Goltz 

BONNARD, PIERRE 

193 Conversation Provengale 

Lent by M. Bernheim Jeune & Cie. 

SEYLER, JULIUS 

194 Nordischer Fischerhafen 

Lent by M. Heinrich Thannhauser 

GLEIZES, ALBERT 

195 La Femme aux Phlox 

196 L'Homme au Balcon 

BOLZ, HANS 

197 Maskenfest, Engraving 

198 Bar, Engraving 

199 Ostende, Engraving 

200 Eglise St. Nicolas, Engraving 

GIRIEUD, PIERRE 

201 Fleurs 

202 Vitraux 

203 Hommage a Gauguin 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

MARVAL, JACQUELINE 

204 Odalisques au miroir 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

27 



BRAQUE, GEORGES 

205 Le Violon 

206 Anvers 

207 La Foret 

Lent by M. Henry Kahnweiller 

KIRCHNER, T. L. 

208 Wirtsgarten 

Lent by M. Hans Goltz 

BOURDELLE, E. A. 

209 Portrait 

210 Observatoire de Meudon 

GUERIN, CHARLES 

211 Viole d' Amour 

212 Dame a la Robe 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

KANDINSKY, WASSILY 

213 Improvisation 

Lent by M. Hans Goltz 



CEZANNE, PAUL 


214 


Femme au chapelet 




Lent by M. E. Druet 


215 


Portrait de Cezanne 


216 


Baigneuses 


217 


Colline des pauvres 


218 


Anvers 


219 


Portrait 


220 


Melun 




Lent by M. A. Vollard 


HARTLEY, MARSDEN 


221 


Still Life, No. 1 


222 


Still Life, No. 2 


223 


Drawings, No. 1 


224 


Drawings, No. 2 


225 


Drawings, No. 3 


226 


Drawings, No. 4 



28 



HARTLEY, MARSDEN (.Continued) 

227 Drawings, No. 5 

228 Drawings, No. 6 

CROSS, HENRI, EDMOND 

229 Amandiers en fleurs 

230 La Clairiere 

231 Aquarelle 

232 Aquarelle 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

ZAK, EUG. 

233 Le Berger. 

234 En Ete 

CAMOIN, CHARLES 

235 Liseuse 

236 Seville 

237 Collioure 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

238 Moulin Rouge 

Lent by M. Heinrich Thannhauser 

DUCHAMP, MARCEL 

239 Le roi et la Reine entoures de Nus Vites 

240 Portrait de joueurs d'echeque 

241 Nu descendant un escalier 

242 Nu (sketch) 

HESS, JULIUS 

243 Dame mit griinem Schirm 

Lent by M. Heinrich Thannhauser 

MUNCH, EDWARD 

244 Woodcuts, Nos. 1—4 

245 Lithographs, Nos. 1 — 4 

DUNOYER de SEGONZAC, ANDRE 

246 Paysage No. 1 

247 Scene de Paturage 

248 Paysage No. III. 

249 Paysage, (Drawing) 

29 



DUNOYER de SEGONZAC, ANDRE 

(Continued) 

250 Drawings, Nos. 1 to 5 

251 Paysage, No. II 

252 Une Bucolique 

RUSSEL, MORGAN 

253 Portrait 

254 Capucines 

DELAUNAY, ROBERT 

255 Route de Laon 

256 Les fenetres sur la Ville 

Lent by M. K. a Paris 

257 Ville de Paris 

HODLER, FERDINAND 

258 Der Niessen 

259 Die heilige Stunde (Fragment) 

Lent by M. Heinrich Thannhauser 

LEVY, RUDOLPH 

260 Paysage 

DUFRENOY, GEORGES 

261 Vals et Vallons 

262 Sienne 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

PACH, WALTER 

263 Flowers 

264 Portrait 

265 Girls Bathing 

266 Casentino Mountains 

267 The Wall of the City 

268 Five Etchings — Mary; Renoir's Louise; 

269 Gothic Virgin; St. Germain des Pres-Night 

270 St. Germain des Pres-Day 

REDON, ODILON 

271 Geranium 

272 Le Bouquet aux feuilles rouges 

30 



REDON, ODILON (Continued; 

273 Fleurs (fond rouge) 

274 Pegase sur un roe 

275 Fecondite (etude) 

Lent by M. Marcel Kapferer 

276 Vase de fleurs avec geranium, No. 115 

277 Papillons, No. 121 

278 Roses sur fond vert, No. 116 

279 Papillon, No. 38 

280 Profil noir sur fond or No. Ill 

281 Fleurs, No. 75 

282 Phaeton, No. 114 

Lent by M. Jos. Hessel 

283 Deux tetes dans les fleurs 

Lent by M. Marcel Kapferer 

284 Veillard 

285 Muse sur Pegase No. 110 

286 Bargue 

287 Le char d'Apollon 

288 Fleurs dans un jut de gres 

Lent by M. Jos. Hessel 

289 Initiation a l'Etude 

290 Fleurs (Pastel) 

Lent by M. Wilhelm Uhde 

291 Profil mystique (Pastel) 

292 Songe d'Orient (Pastel) 

293 Corbeille de Fleurs 

294 Coquelicots 

295 Barque 

296 Vase de fleurs. bleu 

297 Vase de fleurs. gris 

298 Prometheus 

299 Tete en fleurs 

300 Le Silence. 

301 Monstre et Angelique 

302 Deux etres sublunaires ailes dans Tespace 

303 Ohannes 

Lent by M. Artz & de Bois 

304 Tete de femme (Pastel) 

Lent by Mme. Chadbourne 

31 



REDON, ODILON (Continued) 
305 Fleurs de Champs dans un vase (Pastel) 
Lent by M. Marcel Kapferer 



306 


Roger & Angelica 


307 


Tete d'Orphee. 


308 


Lithographies, Nos. 1 — 29 


309 


Eaux fortes, Nos. 1 — 7 


310 


Le Bateau Rouge 




Lent by M. W. Uhde 


DENIS, MAURICE 


311 


Maternite 


312 


A la fenetre 


313 


La Plage 


314 


Angelique 


315 


Le Foret 


316 


Maternite 


317 


Vausicaa 




Lent by M. E. Druet 


JANSEN, F. M. 


318 


Vor der Stadt 


319 


Ragusa (Pastel) 


320 


Gardasee. Riva, (Etching) 


321 


Fiume, Drawing 


322 


Vor der Stadt (Water Colour) 


323 


Die Ernte (Etching) 


324 


Garda See (Etching) 


325 


Ein Park (Drawing) 


326 


Cypressen (Etching) 


327 


Triest (Drawing) 


328 


Das Dorf (Etching) 


329 


Trient (Etching) 


330 


Sarajewo (Drawing) 



DUFY, RAOUL 

331 Leopold Str. Munich 

332 Regate sur la Manche 

TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, HENRI DE 

333 Afnche Divan 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

32 



TOULOUSE- LAUTREC, HENRI DE 
(Continued) 

334 La Tresse 

Lent by Mme. Bernheim Jeuneocie 

MAILLOL, ARISTIDE 

335 Dessin, No. 3200 

336 Dessin, No. 1769 

337 Dessin, No. 4114 

338 Dessin, No. 4117 

339 Dessin, No. 4120 

340 Dessin, No. 4118 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

JUNGHANNS, JULIUS PAUL 

341 Vieh mit Hirten unter Baumen 

DERAIN, ANDRE 

342 Le Pot Bleu 

343 La foret a Martigues 

344 La fenetre sur le Pare 

Lent by M. Henry Kahnweiller 

PICASSO, PAUL 

345 Nature Morte No. 1 

346 Nature Morte, No. 2 

Lent by M. Leo Stein 

347 Les Arbres 

348 Mme. Soler 

349 Tete d'homme 

350 La Femme au Pot de Moutarde 

Lent by M. Henry Kahnweiller 

351 Drawing 

Lent by Alfred Stieglitz, Esq. 

YEATS, JACK B. 

352 A Stevedore 

353 The Barrel Man 

354 Strand Races 

355 The Last Corinthian 

356 The Circus Dwarf 

33 



KIRSTEIN, ALFRED 

357 Paysage (Water Colour) 

358 Paysage (Water Colour) 

359 Paysage (Water Colour) 

TARKHOFF, NICHOLAS 

360 Sous-la-lampe 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

LEGER, FERNAND 

361 Etude, No. 2 

362 Etude, No. 1 

DOUCET, HENRI 

363 Torre del greco (Water Colour) 

364 Vesuvius (Water Colour) 

365 Orsay (Water Colour) 

366 Naples (Water Colour) 

367 Palms near Naples (Water Colour) 

368 Palermo (Water Colour) 

Lent by M. Heinrich Thannhauser 

VALLOTTON, FELIX 

369 La Route 

370 La Coiffure 

371 La Lecture 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

LAPRADE, PIERRE 

372 Venise 

373 Roses Oranges 

374 Aquarelle, San Giovani 

375 Aquarelle — Le Ceridon 

376 Aquarelle- Rome 

377 Villa Borghese (Water Colour) 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

SICKERT, WALTER 

378 Noetes Ambrosianae 

Lent by Walter Taylor, Esq. 

379 S. Remy, Dieppe 

34 



NADELMAN, ELI 

380 Drawings, Nos. 1 to 12 

ROUSSEAU, HENRI 

381 Le Centenaire 

Lent by M. Alfred Flechtheim 

382 Cheval attaque par un jaguar 

Lent by M. Ambroise Vollard 

LAURENCIAN, MARIE 

383 Portrait (Water Colour) 

384 Desdemona (Drawing) 

385 Jeune Fille avec eventail (Drawing) 

386 Jeune Fille (Drawing) 

387 La toilette des jeunes filles 

388 La Poetesse 

389 Nature Morte 

WENTSCHER, JULIUS d.J. 

390 Warriors Fighting (Tempera) 

FRESNAYE, ROGER ANDREDE LA 

391 Portrait 

Lent by Madame D. 

392 Two Drawings 

393 Paysage, No. 2 

394 Paysage, No. 1 

SIGNAC, PAUL 

395 Marseilles 

396 La bonne mere 

Lent by M. Bernheim Jeune & Cie. 

397 15 Aquarelles 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

LEHMBRUCK, WILHELM 

398 Drawings, Nos. 1 to 6 

PRYDE, JAMES 

399 The Little Tower 

35 



SLEVOGT, MAX 

400 Weinberg-Arbeiter 

Lent by M. Heinrich Thannhauser 

MATISSE, HENRI 

401 Le Madras Rouge 

Lent by M. Michael Stein 

402 Joaquina 

Lent by M. Bernheim Jeune & Cie. 

403 La Coiffeuse 

Lent by M. Michael Stein 

404 Les Poissons 

405 Jeune Marin 

406 Panneau Rouge 

407 Le Luxe 

408 Portrait de Marguerite 

409 Les Capucines 

410 Nature Morte 

411 La Femme Bleu 

Lent by Leo Stein 

412 Drawing, No. 839 

413 Drawing, No. 840 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

414 Drawing 

Lent by Alfred Stieglitz, Esq. 

PICABIA, FRANCIS 

415 La Danse a la Source 

416 La Procession, Seville 

417 Paris 

418 Souvenir de Grimaldi, Italie 

WEINZHEIMER, F. A. 

419 Inferno (Drawing) 

420 Badende Frauen (Drawing) 

TOBEEN, FELIX E. 

421 Ciboure 

422 L'Ecuyere 

423 Les Pelotaris (Sketch) 

36 



VAN GOGH, VINCENT 

424 Collines a Aries 

425 Bal a Aries 

426 Le Zouave 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

427 Montmartre 

428 L'olivier 

429 Dans las bois 

430 Le grand olivier 

431 Nature morte. Souliers de bois 

432 Nature morte. Ecrevisses 

433 Moulin de Montmartre 

434 Paysage d'Arles 

435 Des Pommes 

436 Cruches en etain 

Lent by Mm. Artz & de Bois 

ROUAULT, GEORGES 

437 Compositions, Nos. 3109 a 3118 

438 La Parade 

439 Compositions, Nos. 3100 a 3108 

440 Nu 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

MANQUIN, HENRI 

441 Le Rocher 

442 Baigneuse 

443 La toilette 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

VILLON, JACQUES 

444 Arbres en fleurs 

445 Fillette au Piano 

446 Etude pour jeune femme 

447 Etude pour Puteaux, No. 1 

448 Etude pour Puteaux, No. 2 Lent by 

449 Etude pour Puteaux, No. 3 j M. Lemaitre 

450 Etude pour Puteaux, No. 4 J 

451 Etude pour fillette au piano 

452 Jeune Femme 

37 



OPPENHEIMER, OLGA 

453 Woodcuts, Nos. 1—6 

SEURAT, GEORGES 

454 Honfleur 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

455 Les Poseuses 

Lent by M. Alphonse Kann 

MAYRSHOFER, MAX 

456 Wintersport 

457 Badende Frauen 

458 Landschaft Frauen 

459 Landschaft Frauen 

460 Volksmenge Frauen 

461 Rennreiter 

Lent by M. Heinrich Thannhauser 

SOUSA CARDOZO, AMADEO DE 

462 Marine 

463 Chateau fort 

464 Le Prince et la Muete 

465 Avant la Corrida 

466 Return from the Chase 

467 Saut du Lapin 

468 Paysage 

469 Pecheur 

MUHRMANN, HENRY 

470 Boats at Kew 

VIULLARD, ED. 

471 Les Journaux 

Lent by M. Bernheim Jeune & Cie. 

PASCIN, JULES 

472 Expectancy (Engraving) 

473 Water Colour 

474 A Visit 

475 No. 9 At the Antiquarians 

476 No. 8 In the Salon 

477 No. 7 The Music Lesson 

38 



PASCIN, JULES ^Continued) 

478 No. 6 Interior 

479 No. 5 Beggars 

480 No. 4 Siesta 

481 No. 3 In the Park 

482 Three Girls 

CHAVANNES, PUVIS DE 
433 Pastel 

Lent by W. L. Taylor, Esq. 

NELBIG, WALTER 

484 Liegendes Madchen 

Lent by M. Hans Goltz 

PASCIN, JULES 

485 No. 1 Venus (Engraving) 



WEISGERBER, ALBERT 


486 








Lent by M. 


Heinrich Thannhauser 


MARQUET, ALBERT 


487 


Hambourg 




488 


Ste Adresse 




489 


Inondation 




490 


Hambourg 




491 


Drawings 1-4 






Lent by M. 


E. Druet 


492 


Drawings, Nos. 


5-12 



CASSATT, MARY 

493 Mere et enfant, 1903 

Lent by Mm. Durand-Ruel & Sons 

MONET, CLAUDE 

494 La falaise d'Etretat, 1885 

495 Effet de neige, Giverny, 1879 

496 La promenade a Trouville, 1872 

497 Automne a Jeufosse 

Lent by Mm. Durand-Ruel & Sons 
39 



PISSARRO, CAMILLE 

498 Neige, soleil couchant 

499 Pontoise, 1872 

500 Becheuse, 1882 

501 Paysanne ramassant des herbes 

Lent by Mm. Durand-Ruel & Son* 

RENOIR, PIERRE AUGUSTE 

502 L'ombrelle 

503 Algerienne assise 

504 Pivoines, 1882 

505 Dans le jardin, 1884 

Lent by Mm. Durand-Ruel & Sons 

SISLEY, ALFRED 

506 Vieilles chaumieres a Veneux, 1881 

507 Chemin du vieux, Bac-a-By, 1880 

508 Prairie inondee, 1878 

Lent by Mm. Durand-Ruel & Sons 

AUGUSTUS, E. JOHN 

509 A Girl's Head, Drawing, 1911 

510 Portrait of a Man, Drawing, 1911 

511 A Girl's Head, Drawing, 1911 

512 A Girl's Head, Drawing, 1911 

513 A Draped Figure, Drawing, 1911 

514 A Stooping Figure, Raising Dress, Drawing 

1912 

515 Studies of a Boy, Drawing, 1912 

516 Nude Woman Reclining, Drawing, 1912 

517 Nude Girl Seated, Side View, Drawing, 

1912 

518 Two Girls and a Boy, Drawing, 1912 

519 Woman's Head and Shoulders, Drawing, 

1912 

520 Woman Gathering Sticks, Drawing, 1912 

521 Design for a Painting, Pen and Ink, 1912 

522 A Girl with Cap, Charcoal Drawing, 1909 

523 Loving Companions, Tempera Painting, 

1912 

40 



AUGUSTUS E. JOHN (Continued) 

524 Strange Company, Tempera Painting, 

1912 

525 Gitana and Child, Tempera Painting, 1912 

526 The Way Down to the Sea, 1909-1911 

527 The Olives, Provencal Study, 1910 

528 The Old Chapel, Provencal Study, 

1910 

529 Two Boys Bathing, Provencal Study, 

1910 

530 La Mede, Provencal Study, 1910 

531 Near Pont du Bone, Provencal Study, 

1910 

532 Woman Standing Against the Sky, Pro- 

vencal Study, 1910 

533 Woman Seated in a Garden, Provencal 

Study, 1910 

534 The Olives by the Pond, Provencal Study, 

1910 

535 Boy Standing on Cliff, Provencal Study, 

1910 

536 Boy on Cliff Leaning on a Stick, Provencal 

Study, 1910 

537 Martigues, Provencal Study, 1910 

538 Woman and Children, Evening, Provencal 

Study, 1910 

539 Girl with Three Children, Standing, 

Provencal Study, 1910 

540 Woman Reading, Provencal Study, 

1910 

541 Edyth and Caspar, Dorset Study, 1911 

542 Three Little Boys, Dorset Study, 1911 

543 Caspar and Pyramus, Dorset Study, 

1911 

544 Welsh Study; "Rhyd-y-fin," 1910 

545 Group of Boys Paddling, Provencal Study, 

1910 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 
41 



INNES, J. D. 

546 Evening near Arenig, North Wales, 

1911 

547 The Rambler's Rest, North Wales, 

1912 

548 The Cactus, 1912 

549 Palm Trees at Collioure, 1912 

550 Coast of Cerberre, Water Colour, 1911 

551 Arenig-Fawr, Water Colour, 1911 

552 The Mountain, Water Colour, 1911 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

LEES, DERWENT 

553 Lowering Clouds, 1912 

554 Evening, 1911 

555 A Sullen Day, 1911 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

CHAVANNES, PUVIS DE 

556 La Decollation de St. Jean Baptiste 

1869 

557 Femme Nue 

558 Etude pour le Grand Amphitheatre de la 

Sorbonne Dessin, 1888 

559 Etude pour "Ludus Pro Patria," Dessin, 

1882 

560 Etude pour "Ave Picardia Nutrix," Dessin, 

1865 

561 Etude pour le plafond de l'Hotel de Ville 

de Paris, Victor Hugo, Dessin, 1889 

562 Etude de mains decoration de T Hotel de 

Ville de Poitiers, Dessin, 1875 

563 Etude pour la Decoration de l'Hotel de 

Ville de Paris, Pastel, 1891 

564 Le Pecheur, Sanguine, 1878 

565 Dessin pour Victor Hugo offrant la Lyre 

a la Ville de Paris, 1889 

566 Etude de femme "pour de famille de 

Pecheur" Dessin, 1875 

42 



CHAVANNES, PUVIS DE (Continued) 

567 L'Homme, Assis, Dessin 

568 Torse de femme, Dessin 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

CONDER, CHARLES 

569 "La Belle Antonia," 1902 

570 "Fantasia," Silk Panel 

571 "Casino de Paris," Painting on Silk 

572 "La Toilette," Pastel Drawing 

573 "The Guitar Player," Drawing in Sanguine 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

RUSSELL, GEORGE W. (iE) 

574 "The Waders," Oil Painting, 1907 

575 "The Bather," Oil Painting, 1906 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

576 The Waders 

577 The Lake 

Lent by Frederick James Gregg, Esq. 

JOHN, GWEN 

578 "Girl Reading at the Window," 1911 

579 A Woman in a Red Shawl, 1912 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

CEZANNE 

580 Portrait of Madame Cezanne 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

GAUGUIN, PAUL 

581 "Tahitian Scene" 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

VAN GOGH, VINCENT 

582 Self Portrait 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

CHABAUD, AUGUSTE 

583 "Le Troupeau sort apres la Pluie," 1912 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

43 



CASSATT, MARY 

584 "Mere et Enfant," Water Colour 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

HONE, NATHANIEL, R. H. A. 

585 "Lough Swilly," 1895 

586 "Hastings," 1890 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

YEATS, JACK B. 

587 "The Political Meeting," Water Colour, 

1909 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

GOYA, FRANCISCO 

588 "A Monk and Witch," Miniature on Ivory 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

EPSTEIN, JACOB 

589 Bust of E. L., Bronze, 1912 

Lent by John Quinn, Esq. 

MARIS, MATTHEW 

590 Lady Shalott 

591 Bride 

592 Baby 

593 Childhood 

Lent by James G. Shepherd, Esq. 

COROT, J. B. C. 

594 La Clarriere 

595 Chantillon 

Lent by James G. Shepherd, Esq. 

DAUMIER, HONORE 

596 Troiseme Classe 

Lent by James G. Shepherd, Esq. 

597 Outside Courtroom 

Lent by Alexander W. Drake, Esq. 

44 



PICASSO, PAUL 

598 Bust, Bronze 

Lent by Alfred Stieglitz, Esq. 

LEMBRUCH, WILHELM 

599 Jeune femme, Sculpture 

600 Femme a genoux, Sculpture 

ARCHIPANKO, ALEXANDER 

601 Negresse, Sculpture 

602 Le Repos, Sculpture 

603 Salome, Sculpture 

604 La Vie Familial, Sculpture 

BOURDELLE, E. A. 

605 Tete d'Apollon, Sculpture 

606 Une Muse, Sculpture 

607 Le Matin, Sculpture 

608 Heracles, Sculpture 

DUCHAMP-VILLON, RAYMOND 

609 Facade Architectural, Plaster 

610 Torse, Plaster 

611 Tille de Bois, Plaster 

612 Danseur, Plaster 

613 Baudelaire 

HOWARD, CECIL DE B. 

614 Woman, Statuette 

GAUGUIN, PAUL 

615 Bois Sculpte 

Lent by M. E. Druet 

BRANCUSI, CONSTANTINE 

616 LeBaiser, Sculpture 

617 Muse Endormis, Sculpture 

618 Une Muse, Sculpture 

45 



BRANCUSI, CONSTANTINE (Continued) 

619 Mile. Pogany, Sculpture 

620 Torse, Sculpture 

MANOLA, MANUEL 

621 Femme nue accroupie, Sculpture 

622 Femme nue debout, Sculpture 

623 Chula, Sculpture 

624 Bust de peintre Sunyer, Sculpture 

625 Statuette 

626 Statuette 

627 Statuette 

Lent by Paul Haviland, Esq. 

PUTNAM, ARTHUR 
San Francisco, Cal. 

628 Bacchus 

629 Deer and Puma 

630 Puma Resting 

Lent by William Macbeth, Esq. 

MAILLOL, ARISTIDE 

631 Femme debout terre cuitte 

632 Bas Relief terre cuitte 

MIESTCHAMNOFF, OSCAR 

633 Tete de jeune fille, Sculpture 

NADELMANN, ELI 

634 Tete d'homme, Sculpture 

MATISSE, HENRI 

635 Le Doo, Sculpture 

TOUSSAINT, GASTON 

636 Fauness, Sculpture 

ROINE, E. 

23rd Street 

637 Medals 

638 Medals 

639 Medals 

46 



BICKFORD 

640 Pelican, Sculpture 

641 Turkey, Sculpture 

642 Leopard, Sculpture 

LEE, ARTHUR 

159 East 48th St. 

643 Heracles, Bronze 

644 Ethiopian, Bronze 

645 Virgin, Plaster 

646 Aphrodite, Bronze 

DASBURG, ANDREW 

124 East 23rd St. 

647 Lucifer, Plaster 

JOHNSON, GRACE M. 

145 Trenchard St., Yonkers, N. Y. 

648 Chimpanzees, Bronze 

649 Chimpanzees, Bronze 

650 Greyhound Pup, No. 2, Bronze 

651 Relief, Plaster 

BITTER, KARL 

44 West 77th St. 

652 Bust, Andrew D. White, Bronze 

BEACH, CHESTER 
9 MacDougal St. 

653 Mermaid, Sculpture 

654 The Unveiling of Dawn, Sculpture 

655 The Big Wave, Sculpture 

656 Frame of Medals 

Lent by Dr. Christian A. Herter 
Actors Fund 

47 



WHISTLER, J. McN. 

657 Andromeda, (Copy of Ingres, Painted 

1857) 

658 Portrait 

Lent by William Macbeth, Esq. 

COHEN, NESSA 
2094 Fifth Ave. 

659 Age, Plaster 

660 Portrait, Plaster 

661 Sunrise, Bronze 

MYERS, ETHEL (Mrs. Jerome Myers) 

662 The Matron, Sculpture 

663 Fifth Avenue Gossips, Sculpture 

664 Fifth Avenue Girl, Sculpture 

Lent by Mrs. Albert Lewisohn 

665 Girl from Madison Avenue, Sculpture 

666 Portrait Impression of Mrs. D. M. 

Lent by Mrs. Dan Morgan 

667 The Widow, Sculpture 

668 The Gambler, Sculpture 

669 Upper Corridor, Sculpture 

670 The Duchess, Sculpture 

LACHAISE, GASTON 

45 Washington Square 

671 Statuette, Sculpture 

EBERLE, ABASTINIA 
204i West 13th St. 

672 Group Coney Island, Sculpture 

673 Statuette, The White Shawl 

FRASER, JAMES EARLE 
3 MacDougal Alley, City 

674 Frame of Medals 

675 Horse, Bronze 

676 Grief, Marble 

DAVIDSON, JO. 

Care Henry Reinhardt, 565 Fifth Ave. 

677 Decorative Panel 

48 



DAVIDSON, JO. (Continued) 


678 Yshinosen 




679 Yshinosen 




680 Study in Action 




681 Study in Repose 




682 Statue, Stone 




683 Torso, Bronze 




AITKEN, ROBERT 




147 Columbus Ave. 




684 A Creature of God, 


Marble 


685 The Dregs of Love, 


Marble 


686 George Bellows, Plaster 


687 Study, Plaster 




INGRES 




688 Drawing 




689 Drawing 




Lent by Fabri, 


Esq. 


YANDELL, ENID 




142 East 33rd St. 




690 The Five Senses, Bronze 


691 Indian and Fisher 





RUMSEY, CHARLES C. 
Westbury, L. I. 

692 A Fountain, Sculpture 

693 Beyord Boyesen, Sculpture 

694 Indians and Buffaloes 

POTTER, LOUIS 

Gorhams, 5th Ave. and 36th St. 

695 Spirit of the Winds, Bronze 

MOWBRAY-CLARKE, J. 
1000 Madison Ave. 

696 Parasites, Bronze 

697 Seared, Bronze 

698 Antiquities, Bronze 

699 The Tree, Plaster 

700 Aphrodite, Bronze 

701 Happiness, Plaster 

702 Christ! Bronze 

49 



MOWBRAY-CLARKE, J. (Continued) 

703 Spring, Bronze 

704 Whither, Plaster 

705 Portrait, Medal, Bronze 

706 Bloomers, Plaster 



BORGLUM, 


SOLON 


707 1. 


Lent by Theo. B. Starr 


708 2. 




« «< 


709 3. 




c« «i 


710 4. 




CI M 


711 5. 




(« (« 


712 6. 




C< It 



713 7. 

HOARD, MARGARET 
140 Wadsworth Ave. 

714 Study of an Old Lady, Sculpture 

CARR, MRS. MYRA MUSSLEMAN" 
82 Washington Square, South 

715 Electra, Statuette 

716 Indian Grinding Corn, Statuette 

FRY, SHERRY E. 

Healy Studios, Columbus Ave. 

717 Bust, Bronze 

CHEW, A. 

127 W. 96th St. 

718 Pelf, Sculpture 

VONNAH, BESSIE POTTER 
33 West 67th Street 

719 Dancing Figure, Bronze 

720 Nude, Terra Cotta 

721 Study, Terra Cotta 

BJORKMAN, OLAF 
404 West 57th St. 

722 Avala, Prophetess, Norse Myth, Sculpture 

50 



HUMPHREYS, ALBERT 
7 West 14th St. 

723 Orpheus Charming Animals 

724 Bear Upright 

BURROUGHS, MRS. BRYSON 

725 Bust 

PIETRO 

402 Fifth Ave. 

726 The Proletariat 
SALVATORE, VICTOR W. 

727 Marble Bust, Harriman Baby 

728 Marble Bust, Richarson 

ROBINSON, THEODORE 

729 Debacle 

Lent by John Gellatly, Esq. 

730 In the Orchard 

731 Two in a Boat 

732 Hillside, Summer 

Lent by William Macbeth, Esq. 

TWACHTMAN, JOHN H. 

733 Hemlock Pool 

Lent by John Gellatly, Esq. 

734 The Sea 

Lent by William Macbeth, Esq. 

POPE, LOUISE 

50 Washington Square 

735 Portrait of Mrs. P. 

RHOADES, CATHERINE N. 
48 West 69th St. 

736 Talloires 

SCHUMACHER, WM. E. 

121 Washington Place 

737 Her Blue Skirt 

738 The Lady, Maid and Child 

McLEAN, HOWER 

122 East 23rd St. 

739 Mott Street Fiesta 

51 



PLEUTHNER, WALTER K. 
Cedarhurst, L. I. 

740 Winter 

EVERETT, LILY 
Bolingbrook, Ga. 

741 Sunset on the Cottonfield 

WOLF, LEON 

813 East 117th St. 

742 Trees 

BARCLAY, FLORENCE HOWELL 
446 East 72nd St. 

743 Landscape Over the City 

ROHLAND, PAUL 
124 East 23rd St. 

744 Still Life 

745 Water Falls 

746 Still Life 

STINEMETZ, MORGAN 
232 West 104th St. 

747 Landscape 

748 Sailboat 

ASHE, EDWIN MARION 
116 East 66th St. 

749 Spirit of the Pool 

ALGER, JOHN J. 

130 East 17th St. 

750 Sunlight and Clouds 

HOPPER, EDWARD 
53 East 59th St. 

751 Sailing 

HUNT, MRS. THOMAS 
426 Central Park West 

752 The Fishers 

52 



SPRINCHORN, CARL 
252 West 74th St. 

753 Distant Rain 

754 Stockholm, Pastel 

755 The Balcony, Water Colour 

756 Mordkin & Paavlova, Water Colour 

DOLINSKY, NATHANIEL 

308 East 14th St. 

757 The Sightless 

BECKETT, MARION H. 
306 West 88th St. 

758 Portrait of Mrs. Chas. H. Beckett 

759 Portrait of Mr. Eduard J. Steichen 

WORTMAN, Jr. DENYS 

2 West 47th St. 

760 Water Front Bermuda 

WHITE, CHAS. HY. 
160 Waverly Place 

761 The Valley of Unrest, Etching 

762 Fulton Market, Etching 

763 The Condemned Tenement, Etching 

HARLEY, CHAS. R 
709 West 169th St. 

764 Freda, Drawing 

BECKER, MAURICE 
100 West 61st St. 

765 Sketch, Dog's Head, Drawing Owned by 

Nessa Cohen 

MELTZER, CHARLOTTE 
426 Central Park West 

766 Hunters 

767 Loverene 

COLEMAN, GLENN O. 
430 West 34th St. 

768 Election Bonfire, Drawing 

53 



COLEMAN, GLENN O. (Continued) 

769 Street Scene, Drawing 

770 The Fleet 

WARSHAWSKY, ALEXANDER L. 
139 West 111th St. 

771 Madam F. 

772 Nature Morte 

KLEINERT, HERMAN 
30 West 30th St. 

773 Portrait Study 

PHILLIPS, H. S. 

39 West 67th St. 

774 Head 

ENGLE, AMOS W. 

8 East 42nd St. 

775 Windy Night 

776 The Sprint 

TWACHTMAN, ALDEN 
Greenwich, Conn. 

777 El Punta Delacantara 

778 Coronation Week — Madrid 

STEVEN, FRANCIS SIMPSON 
157 West 79th St. 

779 Roof Tops of Madrid 

WILSON, CLAGGOTT 
212 West 42nd St. 

780 Moorish Girl 

MASE, C. C. 

139 West 54th St. 

781 September Haze, Pastel 

ZORACH, MARGUERITE 
78 West 55th St. 

782 Study 

54 



ZORACH, WM. 

78 West 55th St. 

783 Portrait 

784 An Arrangement 

RASMUSSEN, BERTRAND 

199A 33rd St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

785 The Tree of Knowledge 

KARFIOL, B. 

Grantwood, N. J. 

786 Men at Rest 

787 George 

DRESSER, AILEEN 
364 West 23rd St. 

788 Quai de la Tournelle, Paris 

789 Madame DuBois 

790 Notre Dame Spring 

ROGERS, MARY C. 
136 West 65th St. 

791 Portrait 

CRISP, ARTHUR 

147 Columbus Ave. 

792 Panels for a Dining Room 

DAVEY, RANDALL 

88 Washington Place 

793 Girl in Blue 

MILNE, DAVID B. 

8 East 42nd St. 

794 Little Figures, Water Colour 

795 Distorted Tree 

796 Columbus Circle 

797 The Garden, Water Colour 

798 Reclining Figure, Water Colour 

55 



DRESSER, LAWRENCE TYLER 
364 West 23rd St. 

799 A Russian Student 

800 Mile. Lucienne 

BLUEMNER, OSCAR 
227 West 74th St. 

801 South River, Water Colour 

802 Canal in New Jersey, Water Colour 

803 Hackensack River, Water Colour 

804 Morning on Long Island, Water Colour 

805 Harlem River, Water Colour 

HA WORTH, EDITH 
5 West 8th St. 

806 The Birthday Party 

807 The Village Band 

PADDOCK, JOSEPHINE 

130 West 57th St. 

808 Swan on the Grass, Water Colour 

809 Swan Study— Peace, Water Colour 

810 Swan Study — Aspiration, Water Colour 

DREYFOUS, FLORENCE 
230 West 99th St. 

811 A Boy, Water Colour 

812 Mildred, Water Colour 

DAVIS, STUART 

139 West 54th St. 

813 Servant Girls, Water Colour 

814 Dance, Water Colour 

815 The Doctor, Water Colour 

816 Babe LaTour, Water Colour 

817 The Musicians, Water Colour 

STELLA, JOSEPH 

214 East 16th St. 

818 Nature morte 

819 Still Life 

56 



FREUND, ARTHUR 
336 East 155th St. 

820 The Pig 

BREWER, BESSIE MARSH 
615 West 162nd St. 

821 The Furnished Room, Drawing 

822 Curiosity, Drawing 

823 Putting Her Monday Name on Her Letter 

box, Drawing 

HUNTINGTON, MARGARET WENDELL 

36 Washington Square 

824 Cliffs Newquay 

GUTMANN, BERNHARD 
80 Fifth Ave. 

825 In the Garden 

BROWN, BOLTON 

147 Columbus Ave. 

826 Green Fire 

GAYLOR, S. W. 

Valley Place, Edgewater, N. J. 

827 House Boat 

828 Landscape 

GOLDTHWAITE, ANNE 

Care Miss Gabay, 20 West 98th St. 

829 The Church on the Hill 

830 Prince's Feathers 

CHURCHILL, ALFRED VANCE 

Northampton, Mass. 

831 Rain Pause 

CHAFFEE, O. N. 

Provincetown, Mass. 

832 A Village 

833 A Pine Tree 

834 Pine Tree 

57 



HENRI, ROBERT 




10 Gramercy Park, New York 


835 


Figure in Motion 


836 


The Gipsy 


837 


The Red Top 


838 


Drawing 


839 


Drawing 


BRINLEY, D. PUTNAM 




227 West 74th St., New York 


840 


The Emerald Pool 


841 


The Paeony Garden 


842 


A Walled Garden 


843 


Color Note 


844 


Color Note 


845 


Color Note 


846 


Color Note 


MYERS, JEROME 




Carnegie Hall, N. Y. 


847 


Their Life 


848 


The Glow 


849 


15 Drawings 



DABO, LEON 

28 West 63rd St. 

850 Japanese Gardens 

851 Before the Storm 

852 Canadian Night 

GLACKENS, W. 

29 Washington Square, New York 

853 Family Group 

854 The Bathing Hour 

855 Sail -Boats and Sunlight 

NANKIVELL, FRANK A. 

7 East 42nd St., New York 

856 Apple Picking 

857 Edith 

858 Pink and Green 

859 Fowls (Water Color from Wood Blocks) 

58 



NANKIVELL, FRANK A. (Continued) 

860 Football Player (Water Color from Wood 

Blocks) 

861 New York in the Making (Etching) 

KUHN, WALT. 
Fort Lee, N. J. 

862 Morning 

863 Girl with Red Cap 

864 Colored Drawing 

865 Drawing 

MacRAE, ELMER LIVINGSTON 
Cos Cob, Conn. 

866 New York Yacht Club at Newport 

867 Battle Ships 

868 Fairy Stories 

869 Drawing, Pastel 

870 Drawing, Pastel 

871 Drawing, Pastel 

872 Drawing, Pastel 

873 Drawing, Pastel 

874 Drawing, Pastel 

LIE, JONAS 

62 Washington Square, New York 

875 The Black Teapot 

876 At the Aquarium 

877 A Hill Top 

TAYLOR, HENRY FITCH 

2 Washington Mews, New York 

878 Omen 

879 Prostitution 

880 Dusk of Morning 

KRAMER, EDWARD ADAM 

1865 Mt. Hope Ave., Bronx, N. Y. 

881 Dawnlit 

882 Trees of Echo Park 

883 Meditation 

59 



KRAMER, EDWARD ADAM (Continued) 

884 Rock Encompassed 

885 Hues of Morning, Pastel 

886 Drowsy Afternoon, Pastel 

887 The Evangelist, Pastel 

888 Going to Sleep, Drawing 

889 Quiet and Unseen, Drawing 

ANDERSON, KARL 

Saugatuc, Conn. 

890 Woman Drinking Glass of Water 

891 Boy Playing with Goat § 

892 The Apple Gatherers 

PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

56 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. 

893 Crepuscule, Water Color 

894 Sea Shore, Water Color 

895 Landscape with Figures, Water Color 

896 Under the Trees, Water Color 

897 The Red Rock, Water Color 

898 Marblehead Rocks, Water Color 

899 Study, Water Color 

TUCKER, ALLEN 

121 East 79th St., New York 

900 Mount Aberdeen 

901 Study in Rose and Black 

902 Rain on Victoria 

903 Storm in the Rockies 

LAWSON, ERNEST 

23 MacDougal Alley, New York 

904 Cloud Shadows 

905 Weeds and Willow Trees 

SLOAN, JOHN 

35 Sixth Ave., New York 

906 Sunday, Girls Drying Their Hair 

907 McGorley's Ale House 

908 Girl and Beggar, Etching 

60 



SLOAN, JOHN (Continued) 

909 Portrait of Mother, Etching 

910 Night Windows, Etching 

911 Anchutz's Talk on Anatomy, Etching 

912 The Picture Buyer — Etching 

LUKS, GEORGE 

Jumel Place, Edgecomb Rd., N. Y. 

913 Four O'clock 

914 A Philosopher 

915 Pennsylvania Dutchwoman 

916 Studies 

917 Ten Studies in the Bronx Zoo 

Lent by Edward W. Root 

918 Anticipatory Portrait of James Huneker 

Lent by Frederick James Gregg, Esq. 



BELLOWS, GEORGE 




146 East 19th St., New York 


919 


Circus 


919A Polo Crowd 


920 


Portrait, Mr. Albert Miller 


921 


Docks in Winter 


922 


Dancer 


DA VIES, ARTHUR B. 




450 Fifth Ave., New York 


923 


Hill Wind 


924 


A Line of Mountains 


925 


Seadrift 


926 


Design, Birth of Tragedy 


927 


Drawing 


928 


Drawing 



YOUNG, MAHONRI 

1931 Broadway, New York 

Reliefs for the Sea Gull Monument, 

Salt Lake City, Utah 
929 (A) Founding the Commonwealth 
930- (B) The Arrival of the Sea Gulls 

931 Mother and Son, Bronze 

932 Rembrandt, Old, Plaster 

61 



YOUNG, ARTHUR 

9 East 17th St., New York 

933 Drawings 

dodge, Mcknight 

Care Doll 85 Richards, Boston, Mass. 

934 The Caller, Water Color 

935 The Hillside, Water Color 

936 Coast of Newfoundland, Water Color 

937 Coast of Newfoundland, Water Color 

Lent by Desmond Fitz- Gerald 

HUMPHREY, ALBERT 

7 West 14th St., New York 

938 Nocturne Cap Cod 

939 Landscape 

HALE, PHILLIP L. 

Fenway Studios, Boston, Mass. 

940 Art Students 

941 Studio 

EDDY, H. B. 

61 Washington Square, New York 

942 Drawings 

KING, EDITH L. 

Old Clark House, Belmont, Mass. 

943 Statue at Revello, Water Color 

944 Bathing Hours, Capri, Water Color 

945 The Bathers, Capri, Water Color 

946 The Picolla Marina, Capri, Water Color 

947 The Marina Grande, Water Color 

BROWN, FANNIE MILLER 

136 East 19th St., New York 

948 Embroidery 

EELLS, JEAN 

949 Case China 

62 



LUNDBERG, A. F. 

North Grant Ave., Columbus, Ohio 

950 Lawn Party 

WARTS, F. M. 

11J West 37th St., New York 

951 Four Frames of Drawings 

REUTERDAHL, H. 
Weehawken, N. J. 

952 Blast Furnaces 

MANET, E. 

953 Portrait 

Lent by Mrs. Guinnes 

DIRKS, RUDOLPH 

177 East 78th St., New York 

954 Cows 

955 Landscape 

NILES, HELEN J. 

Jefferson Ave., Toledo, Ohio 

956 Phyllis 

GUTMAN 

80 Fifth Ave., New York 
957 

KUHN, WALT 

958 Nude (Pastel) 

Lent by Frederick James Gregg, Esq. 

McCOMAS FRANCIS 
Monterey, Cal. 

959 Monterey, Evening 

960 Landscape, California 

961 Arizona Desert 

RYDER, ALBERT P. 

306 West 15th St., New York 

962 A Pastoral Study 

Lent by John Gellatly, Esq. 
63 



RYDER, ALBERT P. (Continued) 

963 Moonlight Marine 

Lent by N. E. Montross, Esq. 

964 Moonlight on Beach 

965 Diana 

966 Hunter and Dog 

Lent by Alexander Morten, Esq. 

967 Landscape 

Lent by Mrs. William Macbeth 

POWERS, T. E. 

Nor walk, Conn. 

968 Landscape 

969 Landscape 

DREIER, KATHARINE I. 

80 West 40th St., New York 

970 The Avenue Holland 

971 Blue Bowl 

SCHEELER, C. R. 

1626 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

972 Red Tulips 

973 Landscape 

974 The Water Fall 

975 The Mandarin 

976 Dahlias and Asters 

977 Chrysanthemums 

ROUSSEAU, HENRI JULIAN 

978 Jardin de Luxemburg 

979 Vue de Malakoff 

980 Nature Morte 

981 La Famille 

982 La Maison, Environs de Paris 

Lent by Max Weber, Esq. 

983 Paysage avec un Taureau 

Lent by Robert J. Coady, Esq. 

984 Patache d'Aval Quai 

985 Quai d'Autuil 

Lent by Max Weber, Esq. 

64 



PEPPER, CHARLES H. 

Fenway Studios, Boston, Mass. 

986 Sunny Window, Water Colour 

987 The Caller, Water Colour 

988 The Hillside, Water Colour 

CUTLER, CARL GORDON 

Fenway Studios, Boston, Mass. 

989 China Cupboard 

990 Portrait Study 

WEIR, J. ALDEN 

55 West 10th St., New York 

991 Landscape and Figure, Etching 

992 Water Colours 

993 Water Colours 

994 Water Colours 

995 Water Colours 

996 Water Colours 

BARNARD, GEORGE GRAY 

454 Fort Washington Ave., New York 

997 Prodigal Son, Marble 

998 Solitude, Marble 

999 Musician Dying, Marble 

1000 The Birth, Marble 

1001 The Mystery, Marble 

ROBINSON, BOARDMAN 
New York Tribune 



1002 


3 Drawings 


1003 


2 Cartoons 


CASARE, O. E. 


New York Sun 


1004 


The Sisyphus of the East 


1005 


L'Etat c'est moi 


1006 


Our Friend the Horse 


1007 


Mors Pasha 



65 



BERLIN, H. 

51 West 10th St., New York 

1008 William St. 

1009 Minetta Lane 

1010 Remains of Equitable Building 

1011 Washington Market District 

DEGAS, E. 

1012 Chevaux de Course 

1013 La Sortie du Bain 

Lent by 

1014 Femme sur Lit 

Lent by Alexander Morten, Esq. 

RODIN, A. 

1015 Figure of Man, Bronze 

1016 Seven Drawings 

Lent by Mrs. G. Kasebier 

COURBET 

1017 Blacksmith Shed 

Lent by Alexander Morten, Esq. 

DAUMIER, H. 

1018 Pencil Sketch 

Lent by Alexander Morten, Esq. 

JOHN, AUGUSTUS 

1019 Persian Garden 

Lent by Alexander Morten, Esq. 

CONDER 

1020 The Crinolines 

Lent by Mrs. E. S. Dodge 

DUFFY, RICHARD H. 

3 Milligan Place, New York 

1021 Tristesse (Plaster) 

1022 Study of Lady (Plaster) 

66 



CHANLER, ROBERT W. 

147 East 19th St., New York 

1023 Screen. Moki Snake Dance 

1024 Screen. Swan 

Lent by Mrs. W. E. Delano 

1025 Screen. Fish 

Lent by Vanderbilt Hotel 

1026 Screen. Leopard and Deer 

Lent by Mrs. Payne Whitney 

1027 Screen. Indian 

Lent by Mrs. Dalzeal 

1028 Screen. Deer 

Lent by Mrs. Sidney Harris 

1029 Screen. Porcupine 

Lent by Mrs. John Jay Chapman 

1030 Screen. Fantasy Bamboo and Birds 

Lent by Henry Clews, Jr. 

1031 Screen. In Red 

WEBSTER, E. AMBROISE 
Doll & Richards, Boston 

1032 Sunlight, Jamaica 

1033 Old Hut, Jamaica 

DU BOIS, GUY PENE 

159 Taylor St., West New Brighton, N.Y. 

1034 Waiter 

1035 Interior 

1036 Twentieth Century Youth 

1037 Cascade, Bois de Bologne 

1038 Virginia 

1039 The Politician 

PUTNAM, ARTHUR 

1040 Lions (Sculpture) 

Lent by William Macbeth, Esq. 

WEIR, J. ALDEN 

1041 The Pond 

1042 The Orchard 

67 



BELLOWS, GEORGE 
Drawings 

1043 Lightweight Champion of the World 

1044 Between Rounds 

1045 Polo Field 

1046 Park Parties 



68 



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Gallery F. 
Gallery G. 

Gallery H. 
Gallery I. 
Gallery J. 

Gallery K. 

Gallery L. 

Gallery M. 
Gallery N. 
Gallery O. 
Gallery P. 

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American Paintings and Sculpture 

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American Paintings 

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English, Irish and German Paint- 
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French Paintings and Sculpture 

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French Paintings, Water Colors 
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French and American Water 
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71 



Index 



ABENSCHEIN, ALBERT 

Nos. 27, 28 

AITKEN, ROBERT 

Nos. 684, 685, 686, 687 

ALGER, JOHN J. 
No. 750 

ANDERSON, KARL 

Nos. 890, 891, 892 

ARCHIPENKO, ALEXANDRE 
Nos. 153, 601, 602, 603, 604 

ASHE, EDWIN MARION 
No. 749 

BARCLAY, FLORENCE HOWELL 

No. 743 

BARNARD, GEORGE GRAY 

Nos. 997, 998, 999, 1000, 1001 
73 



BEACH, Ci 

Not. 653. 6S4. 655. 656 

BEAL. GIFFORD 
Not. 13. 14 

BECKER, MAURICE 
No. 765 

BECHTEJEFF, W. von 
No. 159 

BECKETT, MARION H. 
Not. 758, 759 

BELLOWS, GEORGE 

Not. 919. 919A, 920. 921. 922. 1043, 1044, 
1045, 1046 

BERLIN, H. 

Not. 1008. 1009. 1010. 1011 

BERNARD, JOSEPH 
Not. 187, 188 

BICKFORD. NELSON N. 
Not. 640.641.642 



BITTER, KARL 
No. 652 

BJORKMAN, OLAF 
No. 722 

BLANCHET, ALEXANDRE 

No. 183 

BLUENNER, OSCAR 

Nos. 801, 802, 803, 804, 805 

BOLZ, HANS 

Nos. 197, 198, 199, 200 

BONNARD, PIERRE 
No. 193 

BORGLUM, SOLON 

Nos. 707, 708, 709, 710, 711, 712, 713 

BOSS, HOMER 
Nos. 38, 39 

BOURDELLE, E. A. 

Nos. 209, 210, 605, 606, 607, 608 
75 



BRANCUSI, CONSTANTINE 

Nos. 616, 617, 618, 619, 620 

BRAQUE, GEORGES 

Nos. 205, 206, 207 

BREWER, BESSIE MARSH 
Nos. 821, 822, 823 

BRINLEY, D. PUTNAM 

Nos. 840, 841, 842, 843, 844, 845, 846 

BROWN, BOLTON 
No. 826 

BROWN, FANNIE MILLER 
No. 948 

BRUCE, P. H. 

Nos. 160, 161, 162, 163 

BURROUGHS, MRS. BRYSON 
No. 725 

CAMOIN, CHARLES 

Nos. 235, 236, 237, 238 
76 



CARLES, ARTHUR BEECHER 
Nos. 56, 57 

CARR, MRS. MYRA MUSSLEMAN 
Nos. 715, 716 

CASARE, O. E. 

Nos. 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007 

CASARIN1, A. 

No. 123 

CASSATT, MARY 
Nos. 493, 584 

CEZANNE, PAUL 

Nos. 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 580 

CHABAUD, AUGUSTE 
Nos. 168, 583 

CHARMY, EMILIE 

Nos. 169, 170, 171, 172 

CHAFFEE, O. N. 

Nos. 832, 833, 834 

77 



CHANLER, ROBERT W. 

Nos. 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1027, 1028, 
1029, 1030, 1031 



CHAVANNES, PUVIS DE 

Nos. 483, 556, 557, 558, 559, 560, 561, 
562, 563, 564, 565, 566, 567, 568 

CHEW, AMOS 
No. 718 

CHURCHILL, ALFRED VANCE 
No. 831 

CIMIOTTI, Jr., GUSTAVE 
Nos. 60, 61 

CLYMER, EDWIN S. 
No. 92 

COATE, H. W. 
Nos. 9, 10 



COHEN, NESSA 

Nos. 659, 660, 661 
78 



COLEMAN, GLENN O. 
Nos. 768, 769, 770 

COLUZZI, HOWARD 
Nos. 32, 93 

CONDER, CHARLES 

Nos. 569, 570, 571, 572, 573, 1020 

COROT, J. B. C. 

Nos. 594, 595 

CORY, KATE 

No. 122 

COURBET 

No. 1017 

CRISP, ARTHUR 
No. 792 

CROSS, HENRI EDMOND 
Nos. 229, 230, 231, 232 

CROWLEY, HERBERT 
Nos. 88, 89 

79 



CUTLER, CARL GORDON 
Nos. 989, 990 

DABO, LEON 

Nos. 850, 851, 852 

DASBURG, ANDREW 

Nos. 44, 45, 46, 647 

DAUMIER, HONORE 

Nos. 596, 597, 1018 

DAVIDSON, JO 

Nos. 677, 678, 679, 680, 681, 682, 683 

DAVIES, ARTHUR B. 

Nos. 923, 924, 925, 926, 927, 928 

DAVIS, CHARLES H. 
No. 104 

DAVIS, STUART 

Nos. 813, 814, 815, 816, 817 

DAVEY, RANDALL 
No. 793 

80 



DEGAS, E. 

Nos. 1012, 1013, 1014 

DELAUNAY, ROBERT 
Nos. 255, 256, 257 

DENIS, MAURICE 

Nos. 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317 

DERAIN, ANDRE 

Nos. 342, 343, 344 

DIMOCK, E. 

Nos. 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121 

DIRKS, RUDOLPH 
Nos. 954, 955 

DOLINSKY, NATHANIEL 

No. 757 

DONOHO, RUGER 

Nos. 124, 125, 126 

DOUCET, HENRI 

Nos. 363, 364, 365, 366, 367, 368 
81 



nl 



DREIER, KATHERINE S. 

Nos. 36, 37 

DRESSER, AILEEN 

Nos. 788, 789, 790 

DRESSER, LAWRENCE TYLER 
Nos. 799, 800 

DREYFOUS, FLORENCE 
Nos. 811, 812 

DU BOIS, GUY PENE 

Nos. 1034, 1035, 1036, 1037, 1038, 1039 

DUCHAMP, MARCEL 

Nos. 239, 240, 241, 242 

DUCHAMP-VILLON, RAYMOND 
Nos. 609, 610, 611, 612, 613 

DUFFY, RICHARD H. 
Nos. 1040, 1041 

DUFRENOY, GEORGES 
Nos. 261, 262 

82 



DUFY, RAOUL 

Nos. 331, 332 

DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC, ANDRE 

Nos. 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252 

DUFRENOY, GEORGES 
Nos. 261, 262 

EBERLE, ABASTINIA 
Nos. 672, 673 

EDDY, H. B. 

No. 942 

EELLS, JEAN 
No. 949 

ENGLE, AMOS W. 
Nos. 775, 776 

EPSTEIN, JACOB 
No. 589 

ESTE, FLORENCE 
Nos. 90, 91 

83 



EVERETT, LILY 
No. 741 

FLANDRIN, JULES 

Nos. 164, 165, 166, 167 

FOOTE, MARY 
No. 103 

FRASER, JAMES EARLE 
Nos. 674, 675, 676 

FRAZIER, KENNETH 
Nos. 33, 34, 35 

FRESNAYE, ROGER ANDREDE LA 
Nos. 391, 392, 393, 394 

FREUND, ARTHUR 
No. 820 

FRIESZ, OTHON 

Nos. 154, 155, 156, 157, 158 

FRY, SHERRY E. 
No. 717 

84 



FUHR, ERNEST 
Nos. 62, 63 

GAUGUIN, PAUL 

Nos. 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179 
180, 181, 182, 581, 615 

GAYLOR, S. W. 

Nos. 827, 828 

GIBB, PHELAN 

Nos. 184, 185. 186 

GIMMI, WILHELM 
No. 192 

GIRIEUD, PIERRE 

Nos. 201, 202, 203 

GLEIZES, ALBERT 
Nos. 195, 195 

GLINTENKAMP, HENRY I. 

No 84 

GLACKENS, W. 

Nos. 853, 854, 855 
85 



GOLDTHWAITE, ANNE 
Nos. 829, 830 

GOYA, FRANCISCO 
No. 588 

GUERIN, CHARLES 
Nos. 211, 212 

GUSSOW, BERNARD 
Nos. 40, 41 

GUTMANN, BERNHARD 
No. 825 

HALE, PHILLIP L. 
Nos. 940, 941 

HALPERT, SAMUEL 
Nos. 23, 24 

HARLEY, CHAS. R. 
No. 764 

HARTLEY, MARSDEN 

Nos. 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 
228 

86 



H ASSAM, CHILDE 

Nos. 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 96, 97, 98, 99, 
100, 101 



HA WORTH, EDITH 
Nos. 806, 807 

HENRI, ROBERT 

Nos. 835, 836, 837, 838, 839 



HESS, JULIUS 
No. 243 



HIGGINS, EUGENE 
Nos. 15, 16, 17 

HOARD, MARGARET 

No. 714 



HODLER, FERDINAND 
Nos. 258, 259 



HONE, NATHANIEL R. H. A. 
Nos. 585, 586 

87 



HOPKINSON, CHARLES 
Nos. 69, 70, 94, 95 

HOPPER, EDWARD 
No. 751 

HOWARD, CECIL De B. 

No 614 

HUMPHREYS, ALBERT 

Nos. 723, 724, 938, 939 

HUNT, MRS. THOMAS 
No. 752 

HUNTINGTON, MARGARET WENDELL 
No. 824 

INGRES 

Nos. 688, 689 

INNES, J. D. 

Nos. 546, 547, 548, 549, 550, 551, 552 

JANSEN, F. M. 

Nos. 318, 319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 
325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330 
88 



JOHN, AUGUSTUS E. 

Nos. 509, 510, 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 
516, 517, 518, 519, 520, 521, 522, 523 
524, 525, 526, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531, 
532, 533, 534, 535, 536, 537, 538, 539, 
540, 541, 542, 543, 544, 545, 1019 



JOHN, GWEN 

Nos. 578, 579 

JOHNSON, GRACE M. 

Nos. 648, 649, 650, 651 

JUNGHANNS, JULIUS PAUL 
No. 341 

KANDINSKY, WASSILY 
No. 213 

KARFIOL, BERNARD 
Nos. 102, 786, 787 

KELLER, HENRY G. 
Nos. 25, 26 

KING, EDITH L. 

Nos. 943, 944, 945, 946, 947 

KIRCHNER, T. L. 
No. 208 

89 



KIRSTEIN, ALFRED 
Nos. 357, 358, 359 

KLEIMINGER, ADOLPH 
Nos. 1, 2 

KLEINERT, HERMAN 

No. 773 

KRAMER, EDWARD ADAM 

Nos. 881, 882, 883, 884, 885, 886, 887, 
888, 889 

KROLL, LEON 

No. 85 

KUHN, WALT 

Nos. 862, 863, 864, 865, 958 

LACHAISE, GASTON 

No. 671 

LAPRADE, PIERRE 

Nos. 372, 373, 374, 375, 376, 377 

LAURENCIAN, MARIE 

Nos. 383, 384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389 
90 



LAWSON, ERNEST 
Tos. 904, 905 

LEE, ARTHUR 

Nos. 149, 150,151,152, 643, 644, 645, 646 

LEES, DERWENT 

Nos. 553, 554, 555 

LEGER, FERNAND 
Nos. 361, 362 

LEHMBRUCK, WILHELM 
No. 398, 599, 600 

LEVY, RUDOLPH 
No. 260 

LIE, JONAS 

Nos. 875, 876, 877 

LONDONER, AMY 

Nos. 110, 111, 112, 113 

LUKS, GEORGE 

Nos. 913, 914, 915, 916, 917, 918 

LUNDBERG, A. F. 

No. 950 

91 






McCOMAS, FRANCIS 
Nos. 959, 960, 961 

McENERY, KATHLFEN 
Nos. 3, 4 

Mcknight, dodge 

Nos. 93^. ^35, 936, 937 

McLANE, HOWARD 
No. 86 

McLEAN, HOWER 
No. 739 

MacRAE, ELMER LIVINGSTON 

Nos. 866, 867, 868, 869, 870, 871, 872, 
873, 874 

MAGER, GUS 
Nos. 7, 8 

MAILLOL, ARISTIDE 

Nos. 335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 340, 631, 632 

MANET, E. 
No. 953 

MANIGAULT 

Nos. 47, 48 

92 



MANOLA, MANUEL 

Nos. 621, 622, 623, 624, 625, 626, 627, 
628, 629, 630 



MANQUIN, HENRI 

Nos. 441, 442, 443 

MARIN, JOHN 

Nos. 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 
146, 147, 148 

MARIS, MATTHEW 

Nos. 590, 591, 592, 593 

MARQUET, ALBERT 

Nos. 487, 488, 489, 490, 491, 492 

MARVAL, JACQUELINE 
No. 204 

MASE, C. C. 
No. 781 

MATISSE, HENRI 

Nos. 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 
408, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 414, 635 

MAURER, ALFRED 
Nos. 53, 54, 55 

93 






MAYRSHOFER, MAX 

Nos. 456, 457, 458, 459, 460, 461 

MELTZER, CHARLOTTE 
Nos. 766, 767 

MIESTCHAMNOFF, OSCAR 

No. 633 

MILLER, KENNETH HAYES 
Nos. 49, 50, 51, 52 

MILNE, DAVID B. 

Nos. 794, 795, 796, 797, 798 

MONET, CLAUDE 

Nos. 494, 495, 496, 497 

MOWBRAY-CLARKE, J. 

Nos. 696, 697, 698, 699, 700, 701, 702, 703, 
704, 705, 706 

MUNCH, EDWARD 
Nos. 244, 245 

MUHRMANN, HENRY 
No. 470 

MURPHY, HERMAN DUDLEY 

No. 77 

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MYERS, ETHEL 

Nos. 662, 663, 664, 665, 666, 667, 668, 669, 
670 

MYERS, JEROME 

Nos. 847, 848, 849 

NADELMANN, ELI 
No. 380, 634 

NANKIVELL, FRANK A. 

Nos. 856, 857, 858, 859, 860, 861" 

NELBIG, WALTER 

No. 484 

NILES, HELEN J. 
No. 956 

OPPENHEIMER, OLGA 

No. 453 

ORGAN, MARJORIE 
No. 107 

PACH, WALTER 

Nos. 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270 

PADDOCK, JOSEPHINE 
Nos. 808, 809, 810 
95 



PASCIN, JULES 

Nos. 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 478, 479, 
480, 481, 482, 485 

PHILLIPS, H. S. 

No. 774 

PELTON, AGNES 
Nos. 11, 12 

PEPPER, CHARLES H. 

Nos. 42, 43, 986, 987, 988 

PERRINE, VAN DERING 
Nos. 105, 106 

PICABIA, FRANCIS 

Nos. 415, 416, 417, 418 

PICASSO, PAUL 

Nos. 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351, 598 

PIETRO 

No. 726 

PISSARRO, CAMILLE 

Nos. 498, 499, 500, 501 

PLEUTHNER, WALTER K. 
No. 740 

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POPE, LOUISE 
No. 735 

POTTER, LOUIS 
No. 695 

POWERS, T. E. 

Nos. 968, 969 

PRENDERGAST, MAURICE B. 

Nos. 893, 894, 895, 896, 897, 898, 899 

PRESTON, JAMES 
Nos. 64, 65 

PRESTON, MAY WILSON 
No. 68 

PRYDE, JAMES 
No. 399 

PUTNAM, ARTHUR 

Nos. 628, 629, 630, 1042 

RASMUSSEN, BERTRAND 
No. 785 

REDON, ODILON 

Nos. 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 
279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285, 286, 
287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 
295, 296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 
303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310 

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RENOIR, PIERRE AUGUSTE 
Nos. 502, 503, 504, 505 

REUTERDAHL, H. 
No. 952 

RHOADES, CATHERINE N. 
No. 736 

ROBINSON, BOARDMAN 
Nos. 1002, 1003 

ROBINSON, THEODORE 
Nos. 729, 730, 731, 732 

RODIN, A. 

Nos. 1015, 1016 

ROGERS, MARY C. 
No. 791 

ROINE, E. 

Nos. 637, 638, 639 

ROHLAND, PAUL 

Nos. 744, 745, 746 

ROOK, EDWARD T. 
Nos. 58, 59 

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ROUAULT, GEORGES 

Nos. 437, 438, 439, 440 

ROUSSEAU, HENRI JULIAN 

Nos. 381, 382, 978, 979, 980, 981, 982,983, 
984, 985 

RUMSEY, CHARLES C. 
Nos. 692, 693, 694 

RUSSELL, GEORGE W. 

Nos. 574, 575, 576, 577 

RUSSEL, MORGAN 
Nos. 253, 254 

RYDER, ALBERT P. 

Nos. 962, 963, 964, 965, 966, 967 

SALVATORE, VICTOR W. 
Nos. 727, 728 

SCHAMBERG, MORTON L. 
Nos. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 

SCHEELER, C. R. 

Nos 972, 973, 974, 975, 976, 977 
99 



SCHUMACHER, WM. E. 
Nos. 737, 738 

SEURAT, GEORGES 
Nos. 454, 455 

SEYLER, JULIUS 
No. 194 

SHAW, SIDNEY DALE 
Nos. 29, 30, 31 

SICKERT, WALTER 
Nos. 378, 379 

SIGNAC, PAUL 

Nos. 395, 396, 397 

SISLEY, ALFRED 

Nos. 506, 507, 508 

SLEVOGT, MAX 

No. 400 

SLOAN, JOHN 

Nos. 906, 907, 908, 909, 910, 911, 912 

SOUSA-CARDOZO, AMADEO DE 

Nos. 462, 463, 464, 465, 466, 467, 468, 469 
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SPRINCHORN, CARL 

Nos. 753, 754, 755, 756 

STEER, WILSON 
No. 87 

STELLA, JOSEPH 
Nos. 818, 819 

STEVEN, FRANCIS SIMPSON 

No. 779 

STINEMETZ, MORGAN 

Nos. 747, 748 

TARKHOFF, NICOLAS 

No. 360 

TAYLOR, HENRY FITCH 
Nos. 878, 879, 880 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM L. 
No. 83 

TOBEEN, FELIX E. 

Nos. 421, 422, 423 

TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, HENRI DE 
Nos. 333, 334 

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TOUSSAINT, GASTON 

No. 636 

TUCKER, ALLEN 

Nos. 900, 901, 902, 903 

TWACHTMAN, ALDEN 
Nos. 777, 778 

TWACHTMAN, JOHN H. 
Nos. 733, 734 

VALLOTTON, FELIX 
Nos. 369, 370, 371 

VAN GOGH, VINCENT 

Nos. 424, 425, 426, 427, 428, 429, 430, 431, 
432, 433, 434, 435, 436, 582 

VILLON, JACQUES 

Nos. 444, 445, 446, 447, 448, 449, 450, 451, 
452 

VIULLARD, ED. 
No. 471 

VLAMINCK, MAURICE DE 
Nos. 189, 190, 191 
102 



VONNAH, BESSIE POTTER 
Nos. 719, 720, 721 

WAGNER, FRED 
Nos. 66, 67 

WAISHAWASKY, ALEXANDER 
Nos. 771, 772 

WALKOWITZ, A. 

Nos. 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 
135, 136, 137, 138 

WARD, HILDA 

Nos. 108, 109 

WARTS, F. M. 
No. 951 

WEBER, F. WILLIAM 
Nos. 5, 6 

WEBSTER, E. AMBROISE 
Nos. 1032, 1033 

WEINZHEIMER, FELIX E. 
Nos. 419, 420 

103 



WEIR J. ALDEN 

Nos. 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 991, 992, 993, 994, 
995, 996, 1041, 1042 

WEISGERBER, ALBERT 
No. 486 

WENTSCHER, JULIUS D. J. 
No. 390 

WHISTLER, J. McN. 
Nos. 657, 658 

WHITE, CHAS. HY. 

Nos. 761, 762, 763 

WILSON, CLAGGOTT 

No. 780 

WOLF, LEON 

No. 742 

WORTMAN, Jr., DENYS 
No. 760 

YANDELL, ENID 
Nos. 690, 691 

YEATS, JACK B. 

Nos. 352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 587 
104 



YOUNG, MAHONRI 

Nos. 929, 930, 931, 932, 933 

ZAK, EUGENE 

Nos. 233, 234 

ZORACH, WM. 

Nos. 783, 784 

ZORACH, MARGARET 
No. 782 






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